scrimshaw's comment history

scrimshaw said...

think of all the money we'd save if we closed just one-half of our military bases around the world and brought the troops home!

October 21, 2013 at 12:03 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

Jt6gR3hM, there is no "relative truth" in the subject being discussed,only the facts showing that Foxnews "obamacare victims" were lying.

October 19, 2013 at 11:41 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

degage said...

"Al, media maters? couldn't find a site more liberal, but then that is all you libs know how to read. You don't want to see the other side."

Did you even bother to read Al's link? Just because you think it's a "liberal site" doesn't change the fact that " Fox News Obamacare Victims Aren't Victims At All" is the truth.(which we all know "has a well known liberal bias")

October 19, 2013 at 9:24 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

jt,at least the "fleabaggers" didn't show up waving confederate flags.

Conservatives(what,me racist?) Someone took a crap on a cop car during OWS demo a couple years ago,shame on them! These "consevatives" are taking a crap on our country, p*ss on them!

October 14, 2013 at 6:54 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

Great toon Clay! been chuckling since I first saw it.It seems that juvenile,silly pranks are all the tea party crazies have left in their "hate-chest". Example; their horning in on the Vets rally last weekend.The "real" vets are p*ssed,visit their facebook page for their response.Seems they didn't find this sort of dialog to be particularly patriotic. Sarah Palin, Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Mike Lee and various congressmen who were in attendance thought it was a-ok.

October 14, 2013 at 5:40 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

Just curious,how did the gop end up with control of the House,when dems got more votes overall if not for gerrymandering?

October 13, 2013 at 4:17 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

CNBC pollsters couched the questions asked of half the respondents in terms of Obamacare, but asked the other half about the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The terms refer, of course, to the same constellation of bills and regulations Obama hopes will secure his legacy.

Obamacare, somewhat surprisingly, is more popular than Affordable Care Act, clocking in at 29 percent public approval to the ACA’s 22. But when opposition to these selfsame legislative artifices is measured, a stark contrast emerges: almost 50 percent of Americans oppose Obamacare, whereas only 37 percent oppose the ACA. Moreover, nearly a third more of the respondents already on the negative spectrum indicated that they feel “Very Negative” about Obamacare.

The study did not attempt to posit why men who identified as white, and either independent or Republican, disliked Obamacare even more vehemently than other opponents

September 27, 2013 at 8:03 p.m.
scrimshaw said...

"The National Right to Work Foundation has received numerous calls and messages from workers at the Chattanooga VW plant who were told by UAW union organizers that a signature on the card was a call for a secret-ballot unionization election."

Could you put an actual number on those "numerous calls"? Two or three could be called "numerous",so could two or three hundred.

It would also make your claims somewhat more credible if you could provide a link to Bob King's so-called "about face" accusations.

September 24, 2013 at 11:53 a.m.
scrimshaw said...

Regardless of whether or not he gets his war, the Western political economies of engineered dependence will remain dependent on increasingly costly and destructive imperial wars until the economic system that benefits from chaos, death and destruction is replaced by one that has the possibility of working. Mr. Obama’s implied intent to maintain the existing system at all costs demonstrates the incapacity for systemic ‘self’ correction. And how closely liberal Democrat Barack Obama’s policies have followed those of conservative Republican George W. Bush’s is testament to the unity of interests guiding all public policy in the West. That at this point in history dropping bombs retains an internal logic in ‘official’ Washington demonstrates just how small the realm of political imagination is. To be clear, Mr. Obama, like Mr. Bush before him, is calling on the U.S. military to ‘punish’ the political instability the U.S. created and perpetuated along with the use of chemical weapons the U.S. and / or its allies sold for a ‘profit’ into this manufactured instability, all in an effort to maintain control of oil for the very Western corporations that engineered Western political economies to be dependent on this oil. Perhaps Mr. Bush’s minions had it right, but for the wrong reasons, with their idiot chant of ‘freedom ain’t free.’

September 10, 2013 at 5:32 a.m.
scrimshaw said...

Maximus,,Troll of the highest order!


August 18, 2013 at 3:45 a.m.

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